Emily Janice Card
1) The neighbor
"The tragedies keep coming. As we reel from the latest horror . . ."
So begins a new epilogue, illustrating how Columbine became the template for nearly two decades of "spectacle murders." It is a false script, seized...
The shift is coming—soon.
Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he's a geologist, so "soon" means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now.
People are dying—now.
Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS ... or are they? They won't be able to figure it out if they can't get some authorization signed—and soon. But they're peons, and no one is paying attention.
In the summer of 2004, the National Endowment for the Arts organized a series of writing workshops led by prominent authors to encourage US troops and their families to record their experiences and reflections on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The result is this extraordinary volume of first-hand letters, poems, journals, memoirs, and e-mails from the men and women directly involved in battle and their families back home.
New York Times bestselling author Orson Scott Card founded the online magazine Intergalactic Medicine Show in 2006. It has been a big success, drawing submissions from well-known science fiction and fantasy writers, as well as fostering some amazing new talents. This collection contains some of the best of those stories.
There is fiction from David Farland, Tim Pratt, and David Lubar, among others, and four new Ender Universe stories...